Front And Center: What Makes A Good CBD Product

Front And Center: What Makes A Good CBD Product

CBD/Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the hottest topics in natural health today. Cannabinoids have become mainstream. You can find CBD products at your local drugstore, gas station, or grocery store. While this has brought a lot of good to consumers and the industry as a whole, consumers need to be careful when purchasing CBD products. 

CBD is a chemical compound that is derived from cannabis. It is non-psychoactive and doesn’t produce the high that you might associate with marijuana. If you want to learn more about the components of CBD and how it can benefit you, check out our article “What is CBD”. But for now, we will focus on what makes a good CBD product.

The idea of purity has become of significant concern and importance in the CBD industry as of late. This is especially true with so many companies popping up left and right trying to capitalize on this new craze. In this article, let's examine what factors contribute to making a quality CBD product versus buying poor quality CBD Oil and why it matters to your health.

Manufacturing Process

The quality of a CBD product depends on its manufacturing process and manufacturer. The goal is to produce a product that contains high-quality cannabinoids, with no contaminants or other unwanted ingredients.
To ensure quality, manufacturers must use methods that ensure their products are free from bacteria and mold. Additionally, they should use organic hemp and marijuana plants for their oils and extracts, which ensures potency and purity of cannabinoid content.

Method of extraction

There are many different ways to extract a CBD product from the hemp plant. The most common methods include butane extraction, and CO2 extraction:
  • Butane extraction is the most common method for extracting CBD from hemp. It can be done on a large scale or in small batches, depending on the needs of your business. Butane extraction produces an oil that has high levels of CBD, but it also contains other cannabinoids and terpenes that are good for your health. Butane extraction is known for producing a high-quality CBD product that is often used in the medical industry. However, it does have its drawbacks. The process can leave behind harmful chemicals and residue that are toxic to humans.
  • Some companies also use a process called CO2 extraction to extract their CBD. This technique uses highly pressurized carbon dioxide gas to pull the cannabinoids from the plant material. This method is more expensive than other methods, but it also yields higher-quality products with better cannabinoid profiles.
The extraction method used to make your CBD product can affect its quality too. ReposeRx uses a supercritical CO2 extraction method which is considered to be one of the best methods available today for extracting cannabinoids from plants like hemp without causing any damage to their delicate molecules or degrading them in any way. This means that you get a purer form of CBD with fewer unwanted compounds like THC that could potentially cause side effects when taken by themselves.

Concentration of CBD

As with any product, the first thing you have to consider is what you are buying and how much of it you need. The concentration of CBD is an important factor in determining how much of the product you need to take. If you are buying CBD oil for pain, then it can be tempting to go for a high-concentration product so that you don’t have to take as many drops. However, if this is your first time taking cannabidiol then it’s probably better to start with a lower dose and slowly increase over time.
In terms of CBD oil, this means finding out how many milligrams (mg) of cannabidiol per milliliter (ml) are in the product. If you are looking for a product to help with chronic pain, then it is advisable to go for a CBD tincture that has at least 1,000mg of CBD per ml. If you are just starting out and want some general health benefits from your oil then look for a lower concentration like 500–600mg per ml. Check out our blog post on how to take CBD here.

Source of CBD 

Another important thing to consider is where the CBD comes from. Is it sourced naturally or synthetically? 

Synthetic VS Natural Source

If it comes from a natural source, like hemp or an extract of the plant, then it will be safer and more effective. On the other hand, if it is synthetically created in a lab then there could be some risks involved. A naturally sourced product will be more expensive than a synthetic one because it takes time to grow the plants and extract the CBD. However, it is worth paying extra for as it will be more potent and have better effects on your health.

Hemp Plant CBD VS Cannabis CBD 

There are many different ways to source CBD. CBD and THC are found in cannabis and hemp plants, as well as over 540 other substances. The main difference between the two plants is the concentration of each compound.
The most common and affordable method is through hemp plants. This is because they have high levels of CBD (typically around 5% of the total weight) and low levels of THC (the main psychoactive cannabinoid) while Cannabis has a higher THC content and a lower CBD content.

Organic VS Inorganic

Another factor that contributes to quality is whether or not the product is organic or non-organic. Organic products are made using only natural ingredients and are grown without chemicals or pesticides. In contrast, non-organic products may contain artificial preservatives and additives that could be harmful to your health.


Quality of Ingredients 

The ingredients used in manufacturing CBD oil can significantly affect the quality of the product itself. Some brands use cheaper alternatives like propylene glycol or vegetable glycerin instead of healthier natural ingredients like hemp oil or coconut oil. Others use artificial flavors or dyes instead of natural ones to give their products different flavors and colors.

ReposeRx uses only organic, non-GMO hemp that's grown in the USA. Their products are free of pesticides, herbicides, and solvents too. They don't use any additives or preservatives either!

Overall, a higher percentage does not mean better CBD quality. The best way to determine the quality of your CBD oil is to look at its COA (Certificate of Analysis). This is a document that lists all the ingredients in your product and their levels, ensuring that it meets certain standards. It also shows that there are no toxic chemicals or pesticides present within the extract.

ReposeRx is a company founded by a Pain Physician and United States Air Force Veteran. We take pride in providing the highest quality CBD products with scientifically validated results, ensuring that you receive a premium product that supports your needs. 

We are committed to offering superior CBD products made in the United States that are responsibly sourced and contain only organic ingredients. We use supercritical CO2 extraction for our tinctures, which are lab-tested and validated to ensure that our high standards are met. We continually strive to offer a selection of premium products to help you find the perfect balance for your needs.

We hope that you discovered some of the tips in this guide to be helpful as you embark on your CBD journey, and we are here to help should you have any questions. Our goal is to bring you quality information about CBD and the products that interest you. We want you to understand how it all works, and how you can use this information to improve your everyday life.

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